291 Works

Voluntary #3 for Solo Trumpet

Anthony J. Elia
One of three "Voluntaries" for solo B-flat trumpet, written in 2010, for trumpeter (and neighbor) Paul Sorenson. Tempo and style may be performed at the discretion of the player.

“Im Wasser wogt die Lilie” for Male Chorus and Piano.

Anthony J. Elia
“Im Wasser wogt die Lilie” is a song composed by A. Elia, based on the poem by August von Platen-Hallermünde (1796-1835) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. (All of these pieces were composed during Easter Week in NY). The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some...

“Traumbilder: Mir träumte einst von wildem Liebesglühn” for Male Chorus and Piano

Anthony J. Elia
“Traumbilder: Mir träumte einst von wildem Liebesglühn” is a song composed by A. Elia based on the poem by Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some humorous, some serious, and set them to music. German musical...

Yarkhushta (Armenian Folk Song) for Piano

Anthony J. Elia
This work, titled "Yarkhushta," is another work written by the composer, and based on ancient Armenian folk songs. The "Yarkhushta" is traditionally known as a war song found in western Armenia, and believed to be more than two millennia old. This piano adaptation was created to echo the elements of the melody, as well as the sound of ancient horns and drones. Several other works by the composer, based on ancient Armenian folk songs, will...

“Der Schmied (“The Smith”): A German Madrigal”

Anthony J. Elia
“Der Schmied (“The Smith”): A German Madrigal” is a song composed by A. Elia, based on the poem by Ludwig Uhland (1787-1862) and is in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder." ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some humorous, some serious, and set them to music. German musical...

Voluntary #2 for Solo Trumpet

Anthony J. Elia
One of three "Voluntaries" for solo B-flat trumpet, written in 2010, for trumpeter (and neighbor) Paul Sorenson. Tempo and style may be performed at the discretion of the player.

Voluntary #1 for Solo Trumpet

Anthony J. Elia
One of three "Voluntaries" for solo B-flat trumpet, written in 2010, for trumpeter (and neighbor) Paul Sorenson. Tempo and style may be performed at the discretion of the player.

Vita Excolatur #2 for Solo Violin

Anthony J. Elia
"Vita Excolatur" is a series of short solo violin works, written for NY violinist Vita Wallace. The expression plays on both Ms. Wallace's name and the motto of the University of Chicago (where the composer is an alumnus from the Divinity School). The motto is: "Crescat scientia, vita excolatur," often translated as "Let knowledge grow from more to more, and so be human life enriched."

Vita Excolatur #3 for Solo Violin

Anthony J. Elia
"Vita Excolatur" is a series of short solo violin works, written for NY violinist Vita Wallace. The expression plays on both Ms. Wallace's name and the motto of the University of Chicago (where the composer is an alumnus from the Divinity School). The motto is: "Crescat scientia, vita excolatur," often translated as "Let knowledge grow from more to more, and so be human life enriched."

Vita Excolatur #1 for Solo Violin

Anthony J. Elia
"Vita Excolatur" is a series of short solo violin works, written for NY violinist Vita Wallace. The expression plays on both Ms. Wallace's name and the motto of the University of Chicago (where the composer is an alumnus from the Divinity School). The motto is: "Crescat scientia, vita excolatur," often translated as "Let knowledge grow from more to more, and so be human life enriched."

Valencia for Solo Guitar

Anthony J. Elia
The third of five short works for solo classical guitar, written for a guitarist friend of the composer in Fall 2012. Each of the five works have names relating to Spain and its tradition of classical guitar, and the works were inspired by and in the manner of legendary Spanish guitarist and composer Francisco de Asís Tárrega (1852–1909).

Trumpets of Eire (An Irish Theme)

Anthony J. Elia
One of three short melodies written for trumpeter Paul Sorenson in Chicago, IL, in 2010. Each of these short works is based on traditional thematic sounds from a specific culture. The three short melodies (for B-flat trumpet) in this set include: 1) Farewell, My Ragusa! (A Sicilian Ballad for Trumpet), 2) Trumpets of Eire (An Irish Theme), and 3) A Drink in Toledo (For a Trumpet in Spain!). Performers may perform this at their discretion,...

Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello (SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
This trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello was written for the Turkish clarinetist Nurhak Tuncer and friends.

Trio for Strings (1998)

Anthony J. Elia
This short string trio was composed on August 6, 1998 for Dr. Herman R. Ash (1909-2006), late violin teacher of the composer. Several short pieces like this were written for Dr. Ash from the early 1990s onward, and performed by him and his friends in chamber ensembles.

Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello (VIOLA PART)

Anthony J. Elia
This trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello was written for the Turkish clarinetist Nurhak Tuncer and friends.

Tragic Lament Suite: for Piano and Flute

Anthony J. Elia
This early work by the composer was written for the occasion of a concert hosted in Sykes Common Room at St. Lawrence University in the Spring of 1995. The concert was put on by the composer and featured works written that year exclusively by Elia, and was attended by over one hundred university and community members. This work was premiered by Russian pianist and friend of the composer, Dmitry Sityaev and flutist and friend Carrie...

Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello (CLARINET PART)

Anthony J. Elia
This trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello was written for the Turkish clarinetist Nurhak Tuncer and friends.

Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello ('CELLO PART)

Anthony J. Elia
This trio for Clarinet, Viola, and 'Cello was written for the Turkish clarinetist Nurhak Tuncer and friends.

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 1)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 2)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLAS)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TENOR SAX)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TROMBONE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (SOPRANO)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

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